Vietnam:-Hanoi-to-Ho-Chi-Minh-adventure

1-5,Hanoi

Stroll through the capital city of Vietnam and enjoy its diverse architecture which draws on South East Asian, French and Chinese influences. Breakfast on noodles, haggle with hawkers and immerse yourself in the chaotic streets of this buzzing city. Its temples, museums and markets rival those anywhere in the country.

3h07m to Halong City

6-9,Halong City

Explore this city located on Vietnam’s northern coast, the jumping off point for cruises around Halong Bay. One of Vietnam’s best known sights the mist-shrouded limestone stacks of Halong Bay attract many tourists each year drawn by this atmospheric and mysterious locale.

3h07m to Halong City

4h30m to Hue

10-13,Hue

Wake up in this central Vietnam city rich with history and culture. Former home to the Nguyen Dynasty, and once the country’s capital, Hue attracts many tourists with its architecture palaces, shrines, the former emperor’s home, and a replica model of the Royal Theatre.

2h50m to Hoi An

4h30m to Hue

14-17,Hoi An

Step back in time in this ancient city located on Vietnam’s central coast. Home to a well-preserved array of architectural styles including historic Chinese shophouses and French colonial mansions, the city is criss-crossed by a network of waterways. Shops and cafes line the waterfront but it’s worth getting out onto the water to explore the surrounding area by boat.

2h50m to Hoi An

1h15m to Ho Chi Minh City

18-21,Ho Chi Minh City

Known as Saigon by many who live and work here, Ho Chi Minh City can sometimes feel more like a capital city than Hanoi itself. Recent history plays a key role in some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, from the War Remnants Museum to the Cu Chi Tunnels located a short boat ride from the city centre. Ascend the Saigon Skydeck for panoramic views across the city.